Casablanca Productions


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Contact info
Casablanca, d.o.o.
Vodovodna cesta 17, SI-1000 Ljubljana
Phone386 (0) 1 430 95 92
Igor Pediček, Director
Phone386 (0) 41 653 629

Past Events
  • 11 December to 15 December 2019
    The screenings of Paradise, directed by Davide Del Degan and co-produced by A Atalanta; Stories from the Chestnut Woods, directed by Gregor Božič and produced by Nosorogi and co-produced by Radio-Television Slovenia (RTV Slovenia); Consequences, directed by Darko Štante and co-produced by Temporama, Zwinger Film, NuFrame, and Sinhro Studio 100; the documentary The Daughter of Camorra, directed by Siniša Gačić and produced by Studio Maj; Rosa, directed by Katja Colja and co-produced by Casablanca Productions; and six short films, at the K3 Film Festival in Villach/Beljak, Austria
    programme organiser
  • 28 October to 3 November 2019
    Exemplary Behaviour, music by Marjan Šijanec, co-produced by Radio-Television Slovenia (RTV Slovenia) and Casablanca Productions, at the International Festival for Documentary and Animated Film DOK in Leipzig, Germany
    programme organiser
  • 15 June to 22 June 2019
    The international premiere of Rosa, directed by Katja Colja and co-produced by Casablanca Productions, in the Competition section, supported by the Slovenian Film Centre, at the Shanghai International Film Festival in Shanghai, China
    programme organiser
  • 18 January to 25 January 2019
    The screenings of Erased, directed by Miha Mazzini and Dušan Joksimović, produced by Gustav Film and co-produced by PAKT Media, in the Competition Programme (Italian premiere); the documentary Music is the Art of Time 3, LP film Laibach, directed by Igor Zupe (attending) and produced by Nord Cross Production; the documentary Greetings From Free Forests, directed by Ian Soroka; Spare Parts, directed by Damjan Kozole (E-motion Film) in the Wind of Change retrospective; No Man's Land, co-produced by Casablanca Productions and Studio Maj; and Don't Forget To Breathe, directed by Martin Turk and produced by Bela Film Ltd in the This Is IT section; at the Trieste Film Festival at Cinema Ambasciatori, Politeama Rossetti, Teatro Miela in Trieste/Trst, Italy
  • 26 November 2014
    A screening of the documentary Marpurgi, directed by Boris Jurjaševič, produced by Casablanca Productions and co-produced by Radio-Television Slovenia (RTV Slovenia), supported by the Consulate General of Slovenia in Munich, at Bayerisch-Slowenischer Kreis – München in Munich, Germany
  • 2 May to 24 May 2014
    Screenings of Peterka: Year of Decision, directed by Vlado Škafar (Gustav Film), and the cartoon The Beezes (Casablanca Productions, Radio-Television Slovenia (RTV Slovenia)), at the EUNIC Week of Europe, supported by the Embassy of the Republic of Slovenia Brasília, in Brasília, Curitiba, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
  • 3 August to 8 August 2013
    Vlada, directed by Rudi Uran and produced by Kramberger & Uran, Jan Plestenjak, directed by Bojan Dovrtel and produced by SingingEYE, Children of Socialism, directed by Brane Bitenc and produced by Perfo Production, Toše - The Hardest Thing, directed by Boštjan Slatenšek and produced by Casablanca Productions and Lilija Atelje, Damir Avdić: The Right Man for Capitalism, directed by Dušan Moravec, Marko Brecelj, directed by Janez Burger, and a masterclass by Marko Brecelj at the 4th SPFF 2013 - Starigrad Paklenica Film Festival 2013, supported by the Embassy of the Republic of Slovenia Zagreb, at Festival Centre Hotel Alan, Kino Plaža - Beach Theatre in Starigrad, Croatia

Casablanca Productions was formed by Igor Pediček and Boris Jurjaševič. It produces TV films, documentaries, feature films, short films, children's TV programmes and documentary series. Since 1999, Casablanca has collaborated with Studio Maj.


Its filmography includes several short films, TV films and TV documentary films, children's TV programmes (Gold Dust); TV series (Heroes of the Fifth Grade in three parts and My Friend Arnold in five parts); documentary series (Tales of Scotland, three 30-minute programmes, Ireland in Words and Pictures, three 30-minute programmes, How We Attained Independence, eight 80-minute programmes); and feature-length TV documentaries (Battle for Reka, three episodes). Casablanca has produced the feature films Blues for Sara, directed by Boris Jurjaševič, Three Contributions to Slovene Madness (Omnibus), Loves of Blanka Kolak and Queen of Hearts.


Since 1999, Casablanca has collaborated with Studio Maj on several film co-productions: the short documentary films Lost Formula of J Puhar by P Grzinčič and It flies... It flies... It flies...Woman? by Polona Sepe, and the animated series Bizgeci (Buffoons) and Euphoria by Grega Mastnak. Casablanca and Studio Maj were co-producers of the international feature films Nikogaršnja zemlja (No Man's Land), Lilijina zgodba (Lilly's Story) and Well-Tempered Corpses (2005) directed by Bosnian filmmaker Benjamin Filipović (1962–2006).

In 2004, Casablanca produced the full-length feature film Alpenpolka directed by Boris Jurjaševič and, in 2005, A Waltz For 4 directed by Boris Palčič.

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